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US issued JAR billed itself as an indictment that would prove Russian involvement.
President-elect Donald Trump’s phone call to Taiwan’s president has been called both a blunder and a brilliant move, but within it lies the clue for the kind of policies his administration would be following in the future vis-à-vis China.
"Champing" supports the upkeep of village churches, while offering travelers a unique overnight stay.
The majority of pre-1913 government revenue was funded by tariffs. Tariffs had little to no impact towards business and imports in the United States, while helping the US government to receive funds, for what can be called, primary services towards the general public (national defense as an example).
Who Was America's Greenest, Most Environmental President Ever?
Who was the greenest, most environmental President so far? You’ll be probably surprised to learn it’s Richard Nixon. Yes, that Richard Nixon, also America’s most disgraced President. This Republican’s record on the environment is not only second to none, it’s had a profound and lasting effect.
Sanctuary Cities Demand 11th Hour Executive Orders Against Trump
In an open letter to President Barack Obama, New York Mayor Bill de Blasio and 30 other “sanctuary city” leaders across the country asked for further protections for illegal immigrants before President-Elect Donald Trump takes office.
Seven Ways Obama Is Trying to Sabotage the Trump Administration
President Barack Obama’s final weeks in office seem dedicated to setting foreign and domestic policy on fire to make life as difficult as possible on his successor, Donald Trump.
Washington state is starting the new year with healthy mountain snowpack and above average water storage in critical Yakima Basin reservoirs. The mountain snowpack is at 117 percent of normal, and Yakima Basin reservoir storage is 109 percent of average.
Bison mania hits 95 miles west of Chicago as herd continues to grow
The Bison herd brought to Nachusa Grasslands have greatly proliferated and the herd that once numbered 20 now has a total of 90 bison.
Alt-Left Insanity: 7 Times Liberals Were More Insane Than You Imagined
How is the NRDC wrong when they claim that the President can not declare the EPA's Clean Power Plan unlawful?
Does the Clean Air Act require the Clean Power Plan or some other regulation of greenhouse gases from existing power plants? That’s what fourteen state Attorneys General, led by New York’s Eric Schneiderman, claim in a poorly reasoned letter to President-elect Trump. The letter took issue with a request from 24 other Attorneys General, asking President-elect Trump to: 1) issue a day-one executive order declaring the Clean Power Plan illegal; and 2) order the Environmental Protection Agency to not enforce the rule.
The 2017 Unconstitutionality Index: 18 Federal Rules for Every Law Congress Passes
Here is the final count of the multiple of unelected agency rules, over the number of laws from our elected Congress in 2016.
Italy criticises ECB over bank bailout
The European Central Bank (ECB) needs to be more clear about its calculation that ailing bank Monte dei Paschi di Siena needs more than €8 billion pumped into it, Italy's economy minister Pier Carlo Padoan says.
EU legitimacy in question
From lost referendums to growing contention of the EU's role in policies, people's commitment to the European project has diminished further this year.
EPA To Alaskans In Sub-Zero Temps: Stop Burning Wood To Keep Warm
In Alaska’s interior, where it can reach -50 degrees Fahrenheit in winter, the EPA wants people to stop burning wood. But it's just about their only feasible way to stay warm.
The Founders Anticipated ‘Fake News.’ Here’s What They Did About It.
The spread of hyperpartisan, scurrilous, and even phony news stories has been more common than uncommon throughout the history of the republic.
Artwork Depicting Cops as Pigs Has No Place in the US Capitol
Rep. William Lacy Clay, D-Mo. selected the artwork, named “Untitled #1,” as his district’s winner in the 32nd Annual Congressional Art Competition. As such, “Untitled #1” now proudly hangs in the Capitol alongside other winners of the competition.
Russian Embassy in UK responds to sanctions with 'lame duck tweet'
The Russian response to Barack Obama’s announcement that he was expelling 35 diplomats over the alleged cyber attack on the US election, was fast, and in some cases, rather amusing. As officials in Moscow said that US diplomats would be ordered to leave in a tit-for-tat response, the Russian Embassy used Twitter to make its point with little panache. “President Obama expels 35 [Russian flag] diplomats in Cold War deja vu. Everybody, incl [US flag] people, will be glad to see the last of this hapless Adm.”
The Truth About the Wounded Knee Massacre
Why was deadly force used?
Obama’s Vain Attempt to Settle Personal Score with Moscow
Petty sanctions designed to box Trump in, embarrass Putin backfire on the outgoing president
Franklin Graham to Speak at Trump Inauguration
He is praying for guidance about what to say, affirms God allowed Donald Trump to win
Trump’s Chance to Reverse Obama’s International Retreat
President-elect can restore sanity to U.S. foreign policy by knowing enemies from friends
from The Living Church
LETTING GO OF CHRIST
Mark Clavier: Like Mary, we have to let go of that Christ, whom we have imagined, and encounter Christ in his own reality.
"In the interest of our country and its great people," Trump promised to meet with members of the FBI, DHS, and other intelligence agencies "to be updated on the facts of this situation," according to a statement from the transition team.
Nationwide Ceasefire Takes Effect in Syria
The promise for peace in Syria has been revived, after a nationwide ceasefire officially took effect on Friday at midnight, local time.
Feds begin process to stop Methow Valley mining
In a move that drew praise from local businesses, residents and politicians, the U.S. Bureau of Land Management on Friday segregated 340,079 acres in the Methow Valley from rules that oversee mining on federal lands. The agency’s notice in the Federal Register means that the land surrounding Mazama is now temporarily withdrawn from new mineral exploration and development for two years. During that time, federal agencies will evaluate whether to extend the withdrawal for 20 years, and federal legislation to permanently remove the land from major mining operations may also be considered.
Recovery comes to Chelan
If you’re wondering whether the Chelan area has recovered from the devastating 2015 wildfires, well, the answer depends on where you look.